Pre-k writing

Encourage your child's early writing skills with these fun and educational pre-K writing activities. Discover creative ways to help your child develop their fine motor skills and express their ideas through writing.
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Journal writing with little learners is SO MUCH FUN (once they get the routine down)! It makes my teacher's heart overflow to see them drawing, writing, and sharing their ideas! I get to see them fall in love with writing and see themselves as writers! What a gift! In this post, I'm going to tell you all the details about how to implement journal writing in your classroom and get your kids excited about writing, too!

Carrie Hook
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I created some notebook labels for my four year old son to work on each day in his notebook! We have been doing a page or two each day and he has been loving it! I cut out all of the labels and arranged them randomly in the notebook so that we have a fun new prompt to respond to each day. My son is phenomenal speller and writer so I always challenge him to label what he has drawn. If you have older kids doing this, you can have them add a sentence or two! Sometimes we go out of order. He…

Jessica Hochman- Corcoran
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Guest Post by Rebekah Patel One way I build literacy skills with my preschool daughter is to dedicate time to journal writing. Our journal time is inspired by what I learned when I facilitated Lucy Calkin’s Writing Workshop with my former students. My daughter is a pre-writer because she writes only a few words and no sentences, […]

Reema Butler